The publishing house Iter Edizioni was founded in 1972, in Subiaco (Rome), where the very first book was printed in Italy in 1465, and it maintains an exemplary connection with that event: two Gutenberg’s pupils brought the new art of movable type to the Santa Scolastica monastery in Subiaco, and this is where the first Italian incunabula were produced. The name Iter Edizioni reflects the company’s desire to publish road maps, hiking maps, and tourist guides which can guide travellers and tourists step by step through the streets and paths in Italy. Thanks to this conviction, Iter Edizioni has been operating successfully in the publishing sector for over forty years, and is now specialised in touristic, hiking, and cartographic publishing products, standing out for its extensive catalogue and the thematic variety of its publications. Iter Edizioni’s catalogue contains over 100 titles, which are distributed in newsstands and bookstores nationwide, as well as online. Iter Edizioni also designs and creates publications on behalf of public and private organisations: thanks to its extensive skills and experience, and the use of the most advanced technologies, Iter now has a portfolio of prestigious customers, such as the Regione Lazio, the Provincia di Roma, Enel, the Comune di Roma, the Vescovado di Anagni, Hertz, Avis Car Rental, the Rome Chamber of Commerce, Legambiente, to name but a few. Iter Edizioni has established itself over the years without losing sight of its ties to tradition, yet it is a modern and far-sighted publishing house, well-aware of the revolution taking place in the world of publishing and communications, and determined to be a protagonist.